Well I installed Suse 9.1 on top of my install of Windows XP, and I must say I am very impressed. I like it, it fits my simple needs very well.
My only beefs are:
1.) Drivers? Hello? Can I get some? Especially Wireless G drivers!
2.) Installing individual programs is completely different than in the Windows environment, but that is more my problem than anything else, and Suse really eases the transistion with a whole host of programs easily downloadable through YaST.
3.) When things go wrong it can be a huge pain to troubleshoot.
4.) USB on the OS selection screen does not exist, so its back to my old keyboard ...
5.) No Suse representation in this forum! What's up with that?
All in all this has been an interesting learning experience, and still continues to be as I struggle to get XMMS to work and all my drivers installed! And no, I wont switch to Debian or Slackware until I know what I am doing, so don't bother even posting that I should!
P.S. - If anyone has a Biostar M7VIT Pro motherboard with all the drivers under Linux let me know! I need to find some badly!